Dec 5, 2013 6:00am EST
the ones tied to physical products? >> tied to physical products and they have to deal with the city, state, and federal regulation. >> tim talked about it earlier, but i think you will see over the next two or three years, you will see governments -- local, federal, international governments or non-u.s. governments, get involved in a coastal -- in a whole slew of technology related things. as it relates to businesses like uber, as they scale up you will have local cities trying to figure out how it relates to their existing franchises an existing fleets. .t will be very uneven i am saying generally government should stand back away from this le atse government's ro this stage, you can't actually discern what the new economy -- >> for example, do you predict the city of new york will stand shares uber takes market from limos and taxicabs? >> the previous it ministration would have. the new administration, we will see. >> you have stuff and you want to share it and you make money on it. when does regulation makes sense? you had a report yesterday uber brings and $20 million a week. sh
Dec 10, 2013 6:00am EST
rest, and when we have returned to our cities and oined our dailyj routine, let us search for his strength. let us search for his largeness of spirit somewhere inside of ourselves. dark,en the night grows and when in justice weighs heavy on our heart, when our best laid plans seem beyond our reach, let wordsnk of madiba and the that brought him comfort within the four walls of his cell. it matters not how strait the gate, how charged the punishment, the scroll, i am the master of my fate, i am the captain of my soul. soul it was.icent we will miss him deeply. may god bless the memory of nelson mandela, may god bless the people of south africa. [cheers] >> the 44th president of the united states speaking in johannesburg in front of three other american presidents -- clinton, bush, and jimmy carter. and i think the moment of seeing our first black president and then seen james earl carter, the battle, the discussion and debate over what to do with the south africa, in johannesburg. the memorial service for nelson mandela. good morning to all of you worldwide. scarlet fu, alix steel.
Dec 6, 2013 6:00am EST
is the biggest city in south africa. it is where the he spent the bulk of his adult life. they are announcing what they plan to do now. quite a lot will happen on the island where he was imprisoned. most of the events will take place in johannesburg. there are press conference is being called this afternoon. they will be 1:00 london time. in cape town, desmond tutu will be speaking about now. >> we will look forward to that. i'm curious, he retreated from public life for many years. what is the ceiling of the lack of moral void now in south africa? that, -- i think that he has been out of the public for many years. he has not been seen since the 2010 world cup. nevertheless, he is a big figure. they appear to have lost their way. there are a lot of scandals. they're losing support among both lack and white south africans. there is a void and i think that this will be emphasized by his passing. >> thank you. morning andst this for the entire bloomberg surveillance is our political analyst. so much of this was predicted. i think there has been some really lovely remembrances of nelso